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to you. >> thank you. 4:35. business owners in ocean city likely will spend the week cleaning up all the damage along the boardwalk. >> brianne carter is there this morning as we survey the damage. >> quite a few changes in ocean city this morning. the rain has stopped, but the wind is still living. we understand delmarva power is reporting some people are in the dark. look behind me and see all the boardwalk lights are out. we do have power here at the hotel, but the power along the boardwalk seems to be out. delmarva power reporting that there are scattered outages of ocean city. there's a lot of damage here as well because of the flooding, but also because of the been andrea -- because of the wind and waves. several fences along the boardwalk are now either bent or broken. several homes and businesses are flooded. we are waiting for crews to be able to get out and start assessing the damage in coastal city. we understand we have several bridges in maryland that are closed. -- assessing the damage in ocean city. we expect to get high tides around 8:19 down at the pierre that is dam
city topped the list. arlington, virginia, in second place. halloween costumes in the office. is that they do or don't? more on that in the next hour. linda bell reporting. back to you. >> thank you. 4:37 60 degrees. >> you will need an umbrella and some patients if you are using metro this weekend. >> its friday morning. we want to check in with jummy olabanji. >> a suspicious death in leesburg. >> they say just before 1:00 this morning they received phone calls from family members because victim's family members had not seen her in several days. police got to an apartment located in the 800 block of edward's ferry rd. they found the body of a hispanic female in her early 20s inside the apartment. police have not released identity. police believe it is an isolated incident and that there's no threat to the greater community. we have a crew headed to leesburg right now. as soon as we get more information, we will update you later in the newscast. back to you. >> thank you. we want to check in with jacqui jeras. all the talk about storms on the horizon. >> as it should be. our
city made the list of america's sharpest cities. >> and a look ahead at the to close outpared the regular season and home. one more game today. the team is the nationals will end the .egular season at home today >> the champions will close out philliess against the to wait toey have out who they will play in the first round of the playoffs. teddy roosevelt will more shot. he seems to have trouble every time it tries to block out the competition. attend -- the fans attending this afternoon's game pin even if a teddy they don't win today. the birds, made the playoffs for since 1987, still behind the new york yankees. they beat the red sox last night. can force a one-game tiebreaker. that is if they win tonight and beat the yankees. we hope all falls into place d.c.baltimore and >> let's check and wood jacqui jeras on the weather. >> dense fog advisory is in across maryland and extreme northern virginia. even though we don't have an advisory in the metro, it is foggy withy visibility at a half mile at national and a third of a mile at dulles. warm temperatures. 70 in d.c., 64 at
tourist open up fire in a hotel into a resort city. we can pull up a picture so you can get a sense of what the area looks like. it is a large resort area with a lot of hotels. it is a report of a young american possibly in an exchange program and was living at the hotel. the hotel is called the leonardo club. it's on the red sea. he was in the hotel and took a gun from the security guard and then shot somebody with the gun. one person has been killed. no identity on that person nor the gunman. there are some reports right now within the past couple of minutes coming out of israel that they the gunman had possibly been shot a few minutes ago by a swat team. we have not confirmed that. we are working to confirm that for you and to try to get more information about the gunman. we hope to have that later in the newscast. back to you. >> thank you. some folks in north dakota getting a taste of winter and early. they had to pull out the snow shovels and the scraper's. snowstorm left 65 the hundred homes and businesses without power. -- 65000 homes and businesses without power. >> let's
will check back with you in a couple minutes. >> the weather conditions in ocean city, maryland, already deteriorating. let's see how things are now. >> brianne carter continues team coverage. >> good morning from ocean city, maryland. the wind and rain and growing more ferocious by the our. behind me you can see the water crashing up closer to the sea wall we have been talking about. sand and water came crashing onto the boardwalk a moment ago. we are between 16th street and 17th street. everything's out of fear was part of the mandatory evacuation zone that was put in place if at 8:00 last night. south of here, we are hearing reports of flooding already. we are seeing water starting to pool against some of the hotels as the water is coming in from the ocean. and from the bay. wind gusts at 40 miles an hour and 50 miles an hour at the boardwalk. taking a look at what is happening, the governor says the biggest issue was going to be the storm surge. that is something they are continuing to monitor. 450 national guard troops have been called in to be on standby for whatever is needed thro
says >> d.c. officials are ready for winter. city council member's concern about a repeat of the snowmageddon storm of 2010 when blizzards shutting down pour days. the city has purchased 45 new plows and they will have 600 pieces of equipment ready to go. and they have a backup assault contractor -- salt contractor. >> let's check tim cook jacqui jeras and find out what we should be preparing for-- let's check in with jacqui jeras. >> i'm looking forward to snow. i know everyone will hate me for that. let's start with the satellite and radar picture. the cold front is offshore. a little cloudy still in western maryland. overall, we will see blue skies today. a really good one to look forward to. a little chilly to start. 54 at reagan national, 50 at dulles. 52 by 9:00. sunny skies and 62 by noon, 66 at 5:00, mostly sunny and comfortable. picture-perfect day to look forward to. can it last forever? probably not. let's check on traffic with angela. >> good morning on this tuesday. still looking pretty good for those getting out in the next few minutes. no accidents to report
of a man from bangladesh accused of trying to blow up the federal reserve building in new york city. >> the suspect discussed baltimore also as a possible target before selling on new york city. now the latest from jay korff. >> the 21-year-old entered the country and to attend university. instead refocused its attention on destruction. in a sophisticated sting operation, undercover agents determined he wanted to attack and kill a high-ranking government official and wanted to blow up the new york stock exchange. but with tight security, he switched to the federal reserve building. he knew it would result in a large number of civilian casualties including women and children but still wanted to proceed. he wanted to shake the whole country to make us one step closer to running the whole world. court records show wednesday want he thought that he was remotely detonating went thousand pounds of explosives in a van parked near the federal reserve. after months of planning, no one was in danger and the explosives were inert. >> it is still a coveted target by terrorists. this reaffirms t
you so much. amtrak is still working to remove water from tunnels in new york city. trains will not be going there for the time being. starting today trains will run between lynchburg, richmond, and newport news. there will be service between d.c. and new orleans and d.c. and miami. trains between d.c. and chicago are canceled. trains between d.c. and st. albans, vermont. >> airports are starting to resume after the hurricane. dulles weather the storm without any damage. more flights are expected to resume today. passengers are urged to check their flight status before leaving for the airport. gas prices have been coming down. >> hurricane sandy might send them up. the impact and gas prices will be determined by how much damage refineries sustained. meantime, triple a says the national average is $3.63 -- $3.53 a gallon. the average price is $3.39 in virginia. >> families in their north laurel home have carbon monoxide poisoning. they found a generator running inside the home where three residents were overcome by fumes. their rush to the hospital. one is still in serious c
secretly videotaped two women in their condo at ellicott city. the women recently found the hearing -- hidden cameras. police found images of the suspect on the video that was taken as he was setting up the camera. police say it was first set up in june in one of the bedrooms. over the next few months, he re- entered the condo several times. there are no signs of forced entry. if you recognize this man police want to hear from you. >> 4:49. more of politics takes an extreme twist in fairfax county. >> he may have a political sign in your front yard with a simple act has turned ugly in one neighborhood in springfield. >> the five of lot of rolling what in springfield, virginia is a bipartisan case study in political ingenuity. >> anybody as allow to have a big sign. >> a few weeks ago, he had his obama sideswiped. she made her own. >> obama? yes. baiden? yes. caution tape. my no trespassing sign. my security camera sign to let people know i'm watching you. >> only a few houses away -- eric schaeffer and shares a similar tale but from the other side of the aisle. in august, a car pul
around the city, one in each ward. >> you will services will be held friday for south dakota senator and george mcgovern. he died yesterday at the age of 90. he won the 1972 democratic nomination to lose to richard nixon. he fought against the vietnam war. he spent his later years working to feed needy children and around the world. >> following a developing story. police are sorting out details of a mass shooting at a gay spot near milwaukee wisconsin. -- gay spa. radcliffe haughton was the suspect. his wife worked there. he was found finally behind a locked door. >> one suspect we believe is responsible for the shootings today is deceased. we believe it to be a self- inflicted gunshot. greg he had slashed his wife's tires two weeks before the shooting rampage and she had been four- your restraining order against. >> prince george's county investigators will be searching for new clothes in the murder of a high-school student. 18-year-old marckel ross was shot to death on september 11 while walking to school in capitol heights. >> investigators will talk with commuters and pedestrian
owners the city residents, and the protection of the breed, and issues of liability. court of appeals decision in april declared pit bulls inherently dangerous. the opinion was later amended to apply only to purebred pit bull. >> and gay marriage, a protest will be held at noon today at gallaudet university. two black ministers who support same-sex marriage are organizing the protest in support of angela mccaskill, who had signed a petition to put same-sex marriage on the ballot. the ministers say it's not acceptable for her to be sanctioned for merely exercising their right as a citizen. >> the marine corps marathon is this sunday. there's a fitness expo today from 3:00 until 8:00 p.m. at the d.c. armory on east capitol st. southeast. there will be more than 200 exhibitors and interactive displays. runners can also pick up their race materials. the expo will be all day tomorrow and saturday as well. >> a lot of folks registered to run in that race this weekend. it is mild outside, 60 degrees just before 5:00. >> we will hear from robin roberts later this morning about to recover from
adjustment will be 1.7% compared to last year's adjustment compared to 2.6%. the best cities for trick-or- treating is out. that information coming up in the next hour. for now i'm ellen braitman reporting for abc 7 news. >> we will see you in the next hour. it is a little chilly this morning in the 40's and upper 30's. >> still to come new details on the meningitis outbreak. it has claimed another victim in virginia. >> good morning, washington. i meteorologist jacqui jeras on this wednesday morning. you need a jacket or something. you might even want the hat and gloves. our satellite picture shows a touch of cloudiness. a little moisture coming from the south. a big storm system in the upper midwest. that will bring us a chance of showers by tomorrow. in the meantime, it is a cool start at 49 in the district. in the 30's everywhere else. 39 at dulles and manassas, 37 in frederick, 43 degrees in culpeper. we will warm up quickly as the air is still pretty dry. 51 degrees at 9:00, 62 at noon, partly cloudy. pleasant conditions at 5:00 with 69 degrees. highs around 70 degrees. more deta
between candidates, which with aall in line restriction that recently passed in new york city. ban the salete to drinks. mayor vincent gray and several officials are open to the ban. >> the housing market is in for much ofe country. >> and more 30 somethings are about retirement. let's go to linda bell and bloomberg headquarters in new york. unveiled the iphone 5 about a month ago. now we have a new apple device. at 1:00 p.m. today apple is unveil a smaller, version of the ipads, a mini. it may cost as little as $249. home values are rising. median home values rose 1.3% in quarter, the biggest gain since 2006. d.c. area home values rose 1%. recovery is still uneven across much of the country. baby boomers are wary about will have enough money to retire. retirement worries rose among s, especially 30 somethings. fedex is hiring a thousands of workers ahead of the holiday shopping season. a pizza giveaway the we will talk about in next hour. linda bell reporting for abc 7 news. back to you. >> thank you. the matchup is finally set for the world series. >> the giants finished off the
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